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Year: 2017

Hammertoes Don’t Give Up Easily

Hammertoes Don’t Give Up Easily

Hammertoes have a tendency to alter your foot’s shape and can cause many problems. Our podiatrists, Dr. Kristina Robertson, DPM and Dr. Taylor Robertson, DPM, can help to alleviate this condition at NOLA Sole Podiatry, located in New Orleans, LA, 504-302-1586. Hammertoes happen when there is an imbalance with muscles and ligaments around the toe […]

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Ingrown Toenails Dig into Your Day

Ingrown Toenails Dig into Your Day

Ingrown toenails can dig into your skin and into your comfort. Our podiatrists, Dr. Kristina Robertson, DPM and Dr. Taylor Robertson, DPM, can help to alleviate this condition at NOLA Sole Podiatry, located in New Orleans, LA, 504-302-1586. Ingrown Toenails can happen to any toe but they usually happen on the big toe because it […]

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Ankle Fractures Disrupt Your Balance

Ankle Fractures Disrupt Your Balance

Ankle fractures can produce profound disruptions to mobility and pain management in the foot. Our podiatrists, Dr. Kristina Robertson, DPM and Dr. Taylor Robertson, DPM, will do everything they can to help your ankle heal correctly with the latest tools from medical advances at NOLA Sole Podiatry, located in New Orleans, LA and can be […]

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Geriatric Foot Care is Exceedingly Important

Geriatric Foot Care is Exceedingly Important

Taking proper care of your feet as you get older is very important since foot complications tend to become more common with increased age. Our podiatrists, Dr. Kristina Robertson, DPM and Dr. Taylor Robertson, DPM, can help with geriatric foot care at NOLA Sole Podiatry, located in New Orleans, LA and can be reached at […]

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Neuromas Target Your Nerves

Neuromas Target Your Nerves

Neuromas are the swelling of a nerve that is caused by compression or traumatic damage. As the nerve swells, it may sustain long-term injury. This condition generally occurs on the ball of the foot and happens from unusual movement of the metatarsal bones since a little nerve resides in between the metatarsals. It can also […]

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Bunions Tend to Creep Into the Picture

Bunions Tend to Creep Into the Picture

Bunions seem to sneak into the picture without notice and cause far reaching damage without surgery. Our podiatrists, Dr. Kristina Robertson, DPM and Dr. Taylor Robertson, DPM at NOLA Sole Podiatry will help provide you with important preventive information and treatment plans if necessary to help alleviate your bunion pain. Please call us at 504-302-1586 […]

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The Conversation Always Comes Back to Corns

The Conversation Always Comes Back to Corns

Corns can develop on feet and generally do so in response to repeated frictions. The repeated frictions cause certain areas of skin to harden and thereafter cause this condition. They can however be problematic as they get painful. Our podiatrists, Dr. Kristina Robertson, DPM and Dr. Taylor Robertson, DPM at NOLA Sole Podiatry can treat […]

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Don’t Get Lazy With Calluses

Don’t Get Lazy With Calluses

Calluses are not to be toyed with at any of its stages. However, our podiatrists, Dr. Kristina Robertson, DPM and Dr. Taylor Robertson, DPM at NOLA Sole Podiatry have great methods for treating this condition that can help provide relief from associated pain and any other potential complications. So, please call us at 504-302-1586 and […]

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Ankle Fractures are No Laughing Matter

Ankle Fractures are No Laughing Matter

Ankle fractures are serious injuries that can have a severe impact on mobility due to the length of recovery needed. Ankle fractures do not occur over a long period of time and actually occur after a sudden impact due to a twist or rolling of the ankle. Our podiatrists, Dr. Kristina Robertson, DPM and Dr. […]

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Hammertoes Strike Slowly Yet Effectively

Hammertoes Strike Slowly Yet Effectively

Hammertoes are deformities of the second, third or fourth toes, whereby they bend at the joint located in the middle, giving the appearance of an inverted shape. They are caused by an irregular balance of the toe muscles, which triggers a great amount of pressure on the toe’s tendons or joints. This condition is also […]

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